Why your puppy needs a TOY BOX

Discussion in 'Puppy Forum' started by RedyreRottweilers, Dec 17, 2006.

  1. ACooper

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    I would pick a place that is convenient for YOU and also accessible to him at all times. That way you are both happy :)
     
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    What toys?

    This is GREAT ADVICE! I've never come across tips for keeping your puppy from chewing your belongings. Are there certain toys that are better for a dog than others?




     
  3. pitbullfriends

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    This is great advice, my three year old Pitbull Kalypso still has a toy box and I was planning on getting a whole new box to avoid ownership problems when I recently got a new puppy but fortunately the two dogs share everything with no scuffles and I just have the one toy box between them for now and I have had no chewing problems yet.
     
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    Now I do understand why most puppies like to chew. I also wondered for so long the reason behind it and I never find time to research on that. Good to know I found the answer here. I thought they are just playful in nature but now it is very clear to me that there's a reason behind that. Thank you.
     

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